Thoughts on the intersection of music, technology, and creativity.
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The last few months have been stressful and challenging. Summer is a great opportunity to recover from the spring and prepare for next year. Today, QuaverEd Instructional Technology Coach Natasha Olivier shares how she plans to rest and recover this summer. *** When I think of summer, I think of sandals. I think of the […]
The Kiwanis Club of Tifton, GA recently presented the Kiwanis Arts Citizen of the Year Award to Betsy Jones. Betsy is a QuaverMusic teacher at Annie Belle Clark Elementary School in Tifton, Georgia. Read the story below. TIFTON — The Kiwanis Club of Tifton recently presented the Kiwanis Arts Citizen of the Year Award to […]
How can we show up for our students if we don’t show up for ourselves? One of the ways we can do this is through self-care. We’re excited to feature some self- care and mindfulness tips from QuaverSEL Curriculum Specialist and former second-grade teacher Megan Gardner. Today, Megan details some simple ways to practice self-care […]
June is Black Music Month! We’re using this month to highlight amazing Black artists. These songwriters, animators, producers and more have contributed to popular Quaver songs. We hope their stories will inspire you and your students! Today, we’re excited to sit down with Emoni Wilkins. Talents: Artist, performer Fun Fact: Appeared on the television reality […]
Each week, we highlight one of the core CASEL competencies and a sub-competency. Today, we’re diving into one of CASEL’s core competencies, responsible decision-making. The following activities focus on the importance of reflection. Let’s dive in! Why is reflection important? Reflecting helps prepare us for the future and to create goals. This past year has been anything […]